Following a successful recruitment and assessment process, CHANGE AGENTS UK are delighted to send their newly trained energy officers out into the ‘field’ to begin the important task of saving energy and money on fuel bills across the UK.
Change Agents UK are involved in a range of exciting and cutting edge projects that bring learning and sustainability to life. We are currently offering fully funded (travel, accommodation and subsistence) volunteering placement across Europe through Leonardo and European Voluntary Service. Both programmes offer participants a fantastic experience of living overseas and developing work and life skills, particularly in the context of Sustainability.
For something a little closer to home, the Ignite webinar series, run during Autumn 2011 is designed to inspire Change Agents of the future. The series will include a host of exceptional speakers who will share their ideas and tips on how to become Change Agents, in work and lifestyles. For those people that want to get their hands dirty and gain new skills and experience, we have created the Change Agents Volunteer network, which allows people to give their time, in their own time, to undertake a range of different tasks.
Congratulations to Rosanna Zywietz -Winner of the Green (Graduate) Futures Contest!
With the recent announcement of a £20 million fund from Department of Health (Warm Homes Healthy People), Change Agents UK are seeking local authority partners. Following our extremely successful Fuel Poverty projects in Rutland, Leicestershire and Cambridgeshire we have teamed up with National...
CHANGE AGENTS UK have been involved in a very successful partnership with the National Union of Students (NUS) and the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) following on from the successes of the Degrees Cooler programme. Green Impact is an environmental accreditation and...
The NCS 360 programme is a part of the national government funded National Citizen Service summer programme.
Our longest running project focuses on helping sustainability graduates take their first steps on the career ladder. This project started 15 years ago due to the complete lack of support for environmental careers.
Applications for the Spring 2013 Flow are now closed. Next application window opens June 2013.
We offer graduate placements in partnership with the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) to build capacity and deliver sustainability across Universities, Colleges and Communities. CUSP was developed in 2009.
EVS provides funding for young people to volunteer abroad and make a positive impact in the local community. Change Agents UK is an accredited sending body for the EVS, so it's easy to get involved!
Change Agents UK provide a full project management service and work with partners and organisations to design services to meet their needs. We have managed and co-ordinated a range of activities in previous years including research, engagement, promotions and consultation programmes.